Five charts that explain who gets hit hardest by food price rises

By | June 15th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Global food prices will remain stable for the year ahead, suggest recent UN forecasts, but in the longer term we can expect much more volatility.That’s because the food sector is unable to cope with a double whammy of rising demand for food and risks including water scarcity, land degradation and climate change, a recent analysis [...]

New Research Launched on Food Price Shocks

By | June 2nd, 2016|Uncategorized|

Environmental risks in sovereign bonds are likely to be a fast growing area of interest, according to the panelists at the launch of Global Footprint Network’s ERISC Phase II report in London.The ERISC II report, a joint project of Global Footprint Network and the UN Environment Programme’s Finance Initiative, showed how food price shocks driven [...]